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- Do not move a seriously injured person unless he or she is in a life-threatening situation.
- Render first-aid or CPR only if you have been trained.
- Use protective gloves and barrier devices to protect yourself from bodily fluids.
- Do not leave the injured person except to summon help.
- Summon help by calling University Police at 660.562.1254.
- When reporting a medical emergency, provide the following information:
- Type of emergency (passed out, seizure, fall, accident etc.)
- Specific location of the incident (building, floor, room number etc.)
- Location of the victim
- Condition of the victim (ie, conscious/not conscious, breathing/not breathing, bleeding etc.)
- Any dangerous conditions
- Stay on the line with University Police Dispatcher until help arrives so that any additional information needed by responding personnel may be obtained.
- Comfort the victim until emergency medical services arrive.
- Have someone stand by outside the building to flag down the ambulance when it reaches the vicinity.
- If you are exposed to another person's body fluids, wash the exposed area and contact your supervisor or Wellness Services at 660.562.1348.